Itâs not every day you get to hack your dinner with an anarchist, computer whiz, chef- unless you are one like Marc Powell. We had the pleasure of attending a Unicorn Precinct 13 Supper Club and hanging out for a bit before the cooking frenzy. Marc shares his views on cooking/eating as social networking, anarchy, everyday revolution and why good food is essential for political motivation. A thread weâve been noticing with a lot of the folks weâve been interviewing has been community building through simple green actions. Cooking, composting, creating energy- all this knowledge needs to be shared and built with a support network of people. It just depends on the strategies that allow you to make time to get there. As Marc says here: A lot of people came out here in the dotcom daysâ¦they spent all their life, 80 hours a week, working on computers and when they got laid off, they had no support networksâ¦but if they had spent 40 hours a week, they could have spent that extra time making a social networkâ¦maybe we all just cook together. You have to have those survival strategies and you canât do that when youâre workingâ¦12 hours a day.